Neuroscience

Why recall bad experiences out of context

May 10, 2016 | | Say something

Why recall bad experiences out of context ; Bad experiences can make people remember the strongly negative content itself, but only weakly to recall the context surrounding it, and a new UCL study funded by the Medical Research Council and the Wellcome Trust has revealed how this happens in the brain. The study, published in […more]

One study suggests a new treatment for seizures

May 10, 2016 | | Say something

One study suggests a new treatment for seizures ; activity is displayed convulsive control aromatase inhibitor-treated rats and. The first two elements show the seizure activity in a rat control (yellow is a record of EEG and blue is a way to quantify the energy in the EEG recording). The bottom two elements are the […more]

Based on intelligent robotics therapy for stroke victims

May 9, 2016 | | Say something

Based on intelligent robotics therapy for stroke victims ; Rana Soltani and Amin Zeiaee, both PhD second year students in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Texas a & M University, are developing a device intelligent rehabilitation that will provide automated treatment of stroke patients to accelerate recovery. Shin Sungtae a fifth-year […more]

Scientists put some muscle behind its investigation

May 6, 2016 | | Say something

Scientists put some muscle behind its investigation ; Xu Youfen , MSU Neuroscience Program identified a possible cause loss of motor function in spinal and bulbar muscular atrophy. Credit: Jessica Poort Researchers at Michigan State University used a technique of last neurobiology fashion to explore new avenues for treatments to reverse a neurodegenerative late-onset disease […more]

Survey: severe stroke prognosis differ depending on the medical

May 6, 2016 | | Say something

Survey: severe stroke prognosis differ depending on the medical ; Credit: University of Michigan Health System a doctor has to make many quick decisions when facing a patient with stroke. Treatment must be intensive or based on comfort, or somewhere in between? A doctor will recommend a more intensive for a patient who may be […more]

animal study shows flexible silicone device, promising soluble for monitoring cerebral

May 5, 2016 | | Say something

animal study shows flexible silicone device, promising soluble for monitoring cerebral ; Thin and flexible matrices with neural electrodes completely bioresorbable based nanomembranes patterned silicon (SI NMS) as the component carrying construction. Credit: Laboratory of Brian Litt, MD, School of Medicine Perelman University of Pennsylvania An implantable brain device that literally melts away at a […more]

7 ways to outsmart your brain

Apr 24, 2016 | | Say something

The old saying “you can not teach an old dog new tricks” just is not so. Neuroplasticity research now shows that you can rewire the brain to experience greater happiness, success, health, love and welfare. So no matter what your situation – overcoming depression, a new diet or escape from a bad relationship – here […more]

Previous mental anguish may delay recovery concussion

Apr 20, 2016 | | Say something

Previous mental anguish may delay recovery concussion ; ( HealthDay) -Athletes may take longer to recover after a concussion if they had psychosomatic symptoms aches and pains caused by mental anguish, before his head injury, new research suggests. The study involved 127 school and college athletes who had a concussion; 80 percent of the athletes […more]

At home cognitive rehabilitation can help cognitive symptoms in multiple sclerosis

Apr 15, 2016 | | Say something

At home cognitive rehabilitation can help cognitive symptoms in multiple sclerosis ; demyelination by MS. The CD68 colored tissue shows several Macrophages in the area of ​​the injury. original scale 1: 100. Credit: Marvin 101 / Wikipedia Cognitive impairment is one of the main symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS) -and one of its most troubling […more]